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a a TRIUMPH SCORED BY FRENCH STAR IN DEBUT FILM Danielle Darrieux is the kind o star and "The Rage of Paris" i. the kind of comedy that are wort! waiting a long time for if neces sary. But now that the picture i here at the Coleman theater, where it opened last night, there is n, excuse for waiting. Unless one has an unreasonable dislike to see on of the prettiest girls in creation being extremely funny all througl an excruciatingly amusing pic ture, one should go to see "Th< Rage of Paris" just as son as pos sible. It's swell. Universal has done something very fine for American cinema fans in bi-inging Mile. Darrieux over here from France to mak pictures. Ranked as the rave of th_ Paris screen and stage in spite o: her tender twenty-one years, sir. will make a strong bid to attain the same standing in American pictures. She's De-Lovely The newcomer has looks. She is certainly among the most beautifu girls on the screen today. She hai plenty of charm and a most fetching ease and "unselfconsciousness' on the screen that makes her perfectly adorable in comedy. She isn't afraid to romp. She doesn mind ^ wrinkling her classic nose in amusing grimaces, and her accent is something that, must be heard to be enjoyed. The story of "The Rage of Paris" finds Danielle in New York without a penny, a pal or a square meal. So she takes a job posing for a famous artist in the nude. However in her eagerness for the job, even though she doesn't fancy it, she reaches a wrong address and when Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., walks into his office he finds her disrobing. From then on things get too funny to spoil by telling. Fairbanks is perfect as the advertising tycoon and Louis Hayward does a fine job as his rival in romance. Mischa Auer and Helen Broderick, those two comedy aces, are more than up to form. FILM CALLED 'GREATEST' OF WHIMSIES A scrappy screen star combination in the season's greatest laugh sensation! Joan Blondell and Melvin Douglas skylarks through a. high-spirited comedy in the mad merry manner of "The Awful Truth" and "The Thin Man," to stand New York's "cafe society" on its ear. "There's Always a Woman," Columbia comedy coming-to the New Baxter theatre today, Monday and Tuesday has been heralded by Hollywood critics as the funniest picture ever made. "There's Always a Woman" offers a grand story and a great cast. Mary Astor, Frances Drake, Jerome Cowan and Robert Paige support the popular co-stars. Alexander Hall directed. The New Baxter theatre's forthcoming attraction concerns the madcap antics of a bewildering blonde trying to prove to her de- Showing All • Three Days

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 17 Jul 1938, Sun,
  3. Page 11

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